This is a baseband receiver, located in a rural area of the German uplands (Sauerland) with the radio bandwidth of 48 kHz being converted directly by an ADC with 96 kHz sampling rate.
The whole thing is part of the PA3FWM WebSDR project and operated by Sabine, DL1DBC.

*** Maintenance works going on
I installed a new dipole e-field probe with strictly balanced signal processing towards the Behringer UMC202 audio adapter used as ADC. The very noisy workstation will be replaced in the next weeks, so hopefully the sensitivity of the WebSDR will reach its former level.


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